TSL Systems names new CEO

Former Calrec Audio MD takes top job at TSL Systems
Roger Henderson, CEO, TSL Systems.
Roger Henderson, CEO, TSL Systems.


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TSL Systems, a developer of integrated broadcast systems, has appointed Roger Henderson as CEO, effective immediately.

Henderson, who has over 30 years of broadcast industry experience, replaces TSL System's former managing director, David Phillips, who left the company in September 2014.

Henderson joins TSL Systems from Calrec Audio where he spent six years as managing director, leading the company through the challenges of the recession, re-establishing and growing the company’s international presence, and launching the Apollo range of audio consoles.

He concurrently held the role of chairman/director at Trilogy Communications.

Henderson was also CEO and president of Chyron Corporation in USA, and has held managing director roles for Ascent Media’s Network Operations in the UK and Pro-Bel. ?

Julian Knight, chief technology officer, TSL Systems, said: “Roger brings with him an outstanding record of leadership and a deep understanding of the broadcast industry. We have every confidence that he is the right person to lead TSL Systems as we continue to develop our range of global system integration services.”

Henderson said: “I am looking forward to using my leadership experience gained in both the manufacturing and service side of this rapidly changing industry to build on TSL Systems’ strong foundations, in order to grow the business, improve profitability and underpin the company’s standing in the industry.”

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